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Ted Little, professor and chair of the Department of Theatre, who retired this summer after 19 years at Concordia, has made his mark on more than the university. Little was a core member of the Right to the City, a three-year pilot project that brought students from theatre, history, art history and communications into place-based learning environments in the nearby neighbourhood of Pointe-Saint-Charles.

Jan 30 and Feb 3, 6, 10

With Philip Lichti

This extended workshop proposes an in-depth tutorial teaching the Adobe CC software suite for advanced editing techniques and media management. The course will provide a general training to the Adobe CC toolset but will concentrate on workflows relevant to oral history projects of varying scales.

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Tuesday, January 23, from 4pm to 6pm

The Swamp Ward and Inner Harbour History Project (SWIHHP) in Kingston, Ontario is designed to illuminate 20th century working class history in a city stubbornly associated with 19th century mercantile and political elites.

Laura J. Murray will discuss this project she initiated and through which she has collected oral histories, and created various outputs including an app walking tour and (with Phil Lichti) audio documentaries.

"As Clerics say; “women’s voices have the potential to trigger immoral sensual or kinetic arousal.” In 60s and 70s “Lalezar” a famous street in the heart of Tehran once was filled with cafes, theaters, discos and many vibrant  large and small cabarets with female and male performers and singers w

Thursday, January 18, from 12pm to 2pm

Given by Steven High

As a foretaste of our winter programme of events, meet us at COHDS on January 18 for an introduction to oral history!

CALL FOR PROPOSALS

"Memories in Motion" - 5th Emerging Scholars Symposium on Oral History, Digital Storytelling, and Creative Practice

Friday, March 2nd, 2018

The Centre for Oral History and Digital Storytelling at Concordia University invites proposals for our fifth Emerging Scholars Symposium on Oral History, Digital Storytelling, and Creative Practice.  The one-day event will offer emergent scholars an opportunity to present their work, to exchange ideas, and to connect with other researchers and creators. 

Deadline for submissions: January 21st, 2018

Concordia University is currently accepting applications for a postdoctoral fellowship in Oral History and the Rwandan Diaspora. Based at the Centre for Oral History and Digital Storytelling and the Geomedia Lab, the Postdoctoral Fellow will contribute to the development of the Living Archives of the Rwandan Diaspora, a public online platform and digital toolkit that will enable researchers, educators, and survivors themselves to access recorded life story interviews. 

Please note that COHDS will be closed for the holidays after December 8th. Good luck with the end of term, and enjoy your time off!

The COHDS Team

Amandine Gay a reçu le prix du public pour son film "Ouvrir La voix" lors de la 20e édition des RIDM. Un honneur bien mérité pour une production et une réalisatrice exceptionnelle!

Friday, December 1st, from 5:30PM to 9:30PM

The COHDS Film Festival is proud to announce the official selection of its second edition. With five short films and one feature film, this one-night event brings together documentaries of all kinds. The films will be separated in two blocks, with a potluck during the intermission to celebrate the end of the semester. Both screenings will be followed by a Q&A with the filmmakers.

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